Wagner Siegfried – Der Friedensengel – Living Stage

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The opera provides a superb vehicle for Hanne-Lore Kuhse, one of the great singers of her day, and can be recommended on that point alone. But, what of Siegfried Wagner’s music? His debt to Humperdinck is apparent in all his operas, as is the occasional nod to Meyerbeer (e.g. the oath-taking in “Der Schmied von Marienburg” might recall for some the “benediction of the swords” from “Les Huguenots” in dramatic intent, if not musical substance.) He shows a complete mastery of his father’s technique, in terms of orchestral sound and motivic transformation (particularly in the remarkable preludes and overtures.) He lacks not his father’s talent, but his intensity. While his oeuvre boasts no such dramatic icons as Brunnhilde or Isolde, Siegfried nonetheless crafts scenes of extraordinary power and sensitivity for his heroines – (notably, Friedelind in “Der Schmied von Marienburg” and Mita in “Der Friedensengel”), though here, as elsewhere in Siegfried’s music, it’s a gentle passion which generally resolves itself in a soft, preternatural glow (see also, the finales of act 2(“Bruder Lustig”) and acts 1 & 3 of “Sonnenflammen.” I’d go so far as to say, the two scenes for Mita and Friedelind, both approximately 20 minutes in length, offer the lead soprano (paging Renee Fleming, or Helen Donath!) music of more beauty and complexity than any comparable pages in “Meistersinger” or “Parsifal” – and less strenuous and more heartfelt than most Strauss, post-Ariadne. (I’ll make an exception for the final scene from “Capriccio”)
This recording of “Der Friedensengel” (from 1975) is a historic document – the first performance of an opera by Siegfried Wagner in over 30 years; also included is a recital of Siegfried’s songs, superlatively done by Ms. Kuhse – best of all, the delightful “Ballad of Johnny Cake.”
Other operas by Siegfried Wagner, recommended if you can find them: “Der Kobold” (London – Hanne-Lore Kuhse; Monica Sinclair); “Herzog Wildfang” (Munich-Anton De Ridder)- both available from private sources; from Marco Polo recordings – “Der Schmied von Marienburg” and “Bruder Lustig;”
also, an excellent orchestral disc from Dmitri Kitajenko and the Frankfurt Symphony, featuring selections from “Sonnenflammen,” “Bruder Lustig” and the symphonic poem “Gluck.”

Der Friedensengel, Op. 10 by Siegfried Wagner
Performer: David Bacon (Tenor), Valerie Morgan (), Vivienne Bellos (Soprano),
Martha Mödl (Mezzo Soprano), Hanne-Lore Kuhse (Soprano), Raimund Herincx (Bass),
Christopher Adams (Bass), Franklyn Whiteley (Bass), Raffaele Polani (Tenor),
Valerie Hill (Soprano), Alain Judd (), John Foster ()
Conductor: Leslie Head
Orchestra/Ensemble: Pro Opera Orchestra, Pro Opera Chorus
Period: 20th Century
Written: Germany
Date of Recording: 11/23/1975
Venue: Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, England
Notes: Composition written: Germany (1913 – 1914).

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Carreras – A Portrait – EMI

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1 – Se quel guerrier io fossi….Celeste Aida (Verdi, Aida)
Wienen Philharmoniken
Herbert von Karajan

2 – Quel trouble inconnu me penetre!…Salut! demeure chaste et pure (Gounod, Faust)
3 – La fleur que tu m’avais jetee (Bizet, Carmen)
4 – Rachel, quand du Seigneur (Halevy, La Juive)
5 – O souverain, o juge, o pere (Massenet, Le Cid)
Orchestra of Royal Opera House
Covent Garden, Jcques Delacote

6 – Io l’ho perduta ..lo la vidi (Verdi, Don Carlo)
7 – Dio, che nell’alma infondere (Verdi, Don Carlo)
Berliner Philharmoniken
Herbert von Karajan

8 – Le Conquerant Dit A La Jeune Indienne (Offenbach, La Perichole)
9 – On Me Proposait D’etre Infame (Offenbach, La Perichole)
Teresa Berganza – soprano
Orchestre du Capitale de Touluse
Michel Plasson

10 – Pays merveilleux…O paradis (Mayerbeer, L’Africaine)
11 – L’amour, l’amour…Ah! leve-toi, soleil (Gounod, Romeo et Juliette)
Orchestra of Royal Opera House
Covent Garden, Jcques Delacot
12 – O figli……Ah, la paterna mano (Verdi, Macbeth)
New Philharmonia Orchestra
Ricardo Muti

13 – Non piangere, Liu (Puccini, Turandot)
14 – Nessun dorma (Puccini, Turandot)
Choeurs de l’Opera du Rhin
Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg
Alain Lombard

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Wolf – Italienisches Liederbuch – Bonney – Hagegard – Parsons – Teldec

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“Wolf’s settings of Paul Heyse’s mid-19th-century translations of Italian folk verses offer an intricate and colourful tapestry of reflections on life and love. The craftsmanship of these songs is truly amazing. The piano writing has a definite life of its own. Wolf has the vocal lines and piano accompaniments in almost constant dialogue, totally independent but each one subtly complementing and being complemented by the other. In this respect, Parsons’s musical interplay with the singers is masterly. Bonney’s delivery and interpretation range through meltingly beautiful pianissimo phrasing to feisty playfulness. Her voice now has an almost iridescent quality. Hagegård provides several haunting and poignant cameos with his distinctive warm baritone, but he is occasionally prone to roughness, sounding strained rather than passionate. This is a vivid and characterful recording with some magical moments, particularly from Bonney.”

— Elise McDougall, BBC Music Magazine

Italienisches Liederbuch by Hugo Wolf
Performer: Geoffrey Parsons (Piano), Håkan Hagegård (Baritone), Barbara Bonney (Soprano)
Period: Romantic
Written: 1891-1896; Vienna, Austria

Wolf: String Quartet – Italian Serenade – CPO

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1. Str Qt in d: Grave-Leidenschaftlich Bewegt
2. Str Qt in d: Langsam
3. Str Qt in d: Resolut
4. Str Qt in d: Sehr Lebhaft
5. Intermezzo in E flat: Massig
6. Italienische Serenade in G: Molto Vivo

Atterberg: Complete Symphonies – CPO

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Atterberg:
Symphony No. 1 in B minor, Op. 3
Symphony No. 2 in F major, Op. 6
Symphony No. 3 in D major, Op. 10 ‘Västkustbilder’
Symphony No. 4 in G minor, Op. 14 ‘Sinfonia piccola’
Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Op. 20 ‘Sinfonia funebre’
Symphony No. 6 in C major, Op. 31 ‘Dollar Symphony’
Symphony No. 7, Op. 45 ‘Sinfonia romantica’
Symphony No. 8, Op. 48
Symphony No. 9, Op. 54 ‘Sinfonia Visionaria’
Aelven, Op. 33, symphonic poem

Radio-Sinfonie-Orchester Frankfurt, NDR Radiophilharmonie, Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR, Ari Rasilainen

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http://filepost.com/files/af69eeda/Atterberg_-_Complete_Symphonies_(Rasilainen)_-_CPO.part01.rar
http://filepost.com/files/c7b178d6/Atterberg_-_Complete_Symphonies_(Rasilainen)_-_CPO.part02.rar
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http://filepost.com/files/fmfe6ba4/Atterberg_-_Complete_Symphonies_(Rasilainen)_-_CPO.part16.rar
http://filepost.com/files/md7f5139/Atterberg_-_Complete_Symphonies_(Rasilainen)_-_CPO.part17.rar

Richter – Schubert: Piano Sonatas Nos.19 & 21 – Olympia

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1. Piano Sonata No. 19 in C minor, Op.posth. (D958): I. Allegro 11:30
2. Piano Sonata No. 19 in C minor, Op.posth. (D958): II. Adagio 8:18
3. Piano Sonata No. 19 in C minor, Op.posth. (D958): III. Menuetto, Allegro 3:31
4. Piano Sonata No. 19 in C minor, Op.posth. (D958): IV. Allegro 8:47
5. Piano Sonata No. 21 in B flat major, Op.posth. (D960): I. Molto Moderato 24:34
6. Piano Sonata No. 21 in B flat major, Op.posth. (D960): II. Andante Sostenuto 10:05
7. Piano Sonata No. 21 in B flat major, Op.posth. (D960): III. Scherzo. Allegro vivace con delicatezza 3:54
8. Piano Sonata No. 21 in B flat major, Op.posth. (D960): IV. Allegro non troppo

Thielemann – Schoenberg – Wagner – DG

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1. Pelleas und Melisande op. 5: Die ein wenig bewegt – zogernd
2. Pelleas und Melisande op. 5: Heftig
3. Pelleas und Melisande op. 5: Lebhaft (Rehearsal number 9)
4. Pelleas und Melisande op. 5: Sehr rasch (16)
5. Pelleas und Melisande op. 5: Ein wenig bewegter (33)
6. Pelleas und Melisande op. 5: Langsam (36)
7. Pelleas und Melisande op. 5: Ein wenig bewgter (43)
8. Pelleas und Melisande op. 5: Sehr langsam (50)
9. Pelleas und Melisande op. 5: Etwas bewegt (55)
10. Pelleas und Melisande op. 5: In gehender Bewegung (59)
11. Pelleas und Melisande op. 5: Breit (62)
12. Siegfried – Idyll

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Wispelwey – Franck – Brahms – Cello Sonatas – Channel

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Contending that the cello literature needs more scope and variety, cellists have always felt free to appropriate and adapt works written for other instruments. However, some pieces are more suitable for transcription than others. So, while arrangements have become an accepted part of the repertoire, they tend to vary in quality.

On this disc, Schumann’s Adagio and Allegro, written for horn, is more idiomatic to the cello than the two violin sonatas, which, though masterpieces in their original version, do not really lend themselves to successful transplantation. (Not surprisingly, the transcribers are never mentioned.) Both are basically unsuited to the cello’s range, necessitating jarring register changes in the most inappropriate places. Moreover, the cello’s tone color does not fit much of the music. In the corner movements of the Franck, one misses the shimmering radiance of the high violin register, and in the middle range, the cello is swallowed by the piano and the low notes sound like a growl.

The Brahms transcription was always controversial, welcomed only by cellists. To make it more cello-friendly, the key was changed from G-major to D-major, but the cello part still jumps octaves so frequently that melodies are disrupted, moods are not sustained, and climaxes plummet rather than peak. Moreover, the instrumental lines are often redistributed, most distressingly at the very end, where the soaring violin melody sounds flat and prosaic on the piano. The engineering does not help. The balance favors the piano, whose sound is harsh and clangorous. The playing is good technically, and the performers know what they want, but their approach is fussy, sentimental, and exaggerated, with distorted rhythms, excessive dynamics and tempo changes, all calculated and unspontaneous. The pianist perpetuates the frequently encountered misreading of notes in both finales. This recording is not for musical purists. –Edith Eisler

Gavin Bryars – A Portrait (2CDs) – Philips

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CD1:
01.Cello Concerto (Farewell to Philosophy) – 1
02.Cello Concerto (Farewell to Philosophy) – 2: Piu mosso
03.Cello Concerto (Farewell to Philosophy) – 3
04.Cello Concerto (Farewell to Philosophy) – 4
05.Cello Concerto (Farewell to Philosophy) – 5: (“The Philosopher”)
06.Cello Concerto (Farewell to Philosophy) – 6: Poco meno mosso
07.Cello Concerto (Farewell to Philosophy) – 7: (“Farewell”) a tempo
08.Nexus / One Last Bar, Then Joe Can Sing – 1: Lento
09.Nexus / One Last Bar, Then Joe Can Sing – 2: Piu mosso
10.Nexus / One Last Bar, Then Joe Can Sing – 3: Coda
11.Les Fiancailles
12.Tom Waits / Jesus’ Blood Never Failed Me Yet – Single

CD2:
01.The Green Ray
02.Adnan Songbook 1
03.Adnan Songbook 2
04.Adnan Songbook 3
05.Adnan Songbook 4
06.Adnan Songbook 5
07.Adnan Songbook 6
08.Adnan Songbook 7
09.Adnan Songbook 8
10.The SInking of the Titanic
11.The North Shore
12.Jesus’ Blood Never Failed Me Yet – Single remix

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Vaughan Williams: The Early Chamber Music (2CDs) – Hyperion

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The Early Chamber Music of Ralph Vaughan Williams

Piano Quintet in C minor
Nocturne & Scherzo for string qunitet
Suite de Ballet for flute & piano
Romance & Pastorale for violin & piano
Romance for viola & piano
String Quartet in C minor
Quintet in D major for clarinet, horn etc
Scherzo for string quintet
Household Music

Nash Ensemble

Great Conductors Of The Past: Toscanini – Furtwangler – EMI

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I had this CD only, but i know this boxset are 7CDs, anyone got complete please share. Thanks

Chausson: Symphony – Poeme – Saint-Saens – Munch – Oistrakh

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1. Symphony in B flat major, Op. 20 by Ernest Chausson
Conductor: Charles Munch
Orchestra/Ensemble: Boston Symphony Orchestra
Period: Romantic
Written: 1889-1890; France
Date of Recording: 02/1962
Venue: Symphony Hall, Boston
Length: 31 Minutes 38 Secs.
2. Poème for Violin and Orchestra in E flat major, Op. 25 by Ernest Chausson
Performer: David Oistrakh (Violin)
Conductor: Charles Munch
Orchestra/Ensemble: Boston Symphony Orchestra
Period: Romantic
Written: 1896; France
Date of Recording: 01/1955
Venue: Symphony Hall, Boston
Length: 15 Minutes 31 Secs.
3. Introduction and Rondo capriccioso for Violin and Orchestra in A minor, Op. 28 by Camille Saint-Saëns
Conductor: Charles Munch
Orchestra/Ensemble: Boston Symphony Orchestra
Period: Romantic
Written: 1863; France
Date of Recording: 01/1955
Venue: Symphony Hall, Boston
Length: 8 Minutes 57 Secs.

Vainberg: Symphonies Nos.6, 10 – Barshai – Kondrashin – Olympia

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1. Symphony no 6 in A minor, Op. 79 by Moysey Samuil Vainberg
Conductor: Kiril Kondrashin
Orchestra/Ensemble: Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Moscow Choral Academy Children’s Choir
Period: 20th Century
Written: 1963; USSR
Date of Recording: 1974
Venue: Great Hall, Moscow Conservatory
Length: 42 Minutes 6 Secs.
2. Symphony no 10 in A minor, Op. 98 by Moysey Samuil Vainberg
Performer: Alla Vassilieva (Cello), Lev Anikeev (Viola), Evgeni Smirnov (Violin),
Rustem Gabdullin (Double Bass)
Conductor: Rudolf Barshai
Orchestra/Ensemble: Moscow Chamber Orchestra
Period: 20th Century
Written: 1968; USSR
Date of Recording: 1970
Venue: Great Hall, Moscow Conservatory
Length: 31 Minutes 17 Secs.
Notes: This selection is a monaural recording.

Schuricht – Beethoven: Symphony No.5 – Brahms: Double Concerto – Kulenkampff – Mainardi – Archipel

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Beethoven:
Symphony No. 5 in C minor, Op. 67
Paris Conservatoire Orchestra

Brahms:
Double Concerto for Violin & Cello in A minor, Op. 102
Georg Kulenkampff (violin), Enrico Mainardi (cello)
L’Orchestra de la Suisse Romande

Schubert: Alfonso Estrella (3CDs) – Mathis – Dieskau – Suitner – Berlin Classics

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Alfonso und Estrella, D 732 by Franz Schubert
Performer: Theo Adam (Bass), Hermann Prey (Baritone), Edith Mathis (Soprano),
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (Baritone), Peter Schreier (Tenor), Magdalena Falewicz (Soprano),
Eberhard Büchner (Tenor), Horst Gebhardt (Tenor), Claudia Graswurm (Alto),
Joachim Vogt (Tenor)
Conductor: Otmar Suitner
Orchestra/Ensemble: Berlin Staatskapelle Orchestra, Berlin Radio Chorus
Period: Romantic
Written: 1821; Vienna, Austria
Date of Recording: 02/01/1978
Venue: Live Christuskirche, Berlin, Germany
Length: 162 Minutes 44 Secs.
Language: German

Links:
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http://filepost.com/files/32f48a4f/Suitner_-_Schubert_-_Alfonso_Estrella_(3CDs)_-_Mathis_-_Dieskau.part3.rar
http://filepost.com/files/31de3722/Suitner_-_Schubert_-_Alfonso_Estrella_(3CDs)_-_Mathis_-_Dieskau.part4.rar
http://filepost.com/files/269m186e/Suitner_-_Schubert_-_Alfonso_Estrella_(3CDs)_-_Mathis_-_Dieskau.part5.rar
http://filepost.com/files/f46b3a83/Suitner_-_Schubert_-_Alfonso_Estrella_(3CDs)_-_Mathis_-_Dieskau.part6.rar
http://filepost.com/files/bc477c2m/Suitner_-_Schubert_-_Alfonso_Estrella_(3CDs)_-_Mathis_-_Dieskau.part7.rar
http://filepost.com/files/561beb8b/Suitner_-_Schubert_-_Alfonso_Estrella_(3CDs)_-_Mathis_-_Dieskau.part8.rar

Mahler: Symphony No.9 – Deutsche Schallplatten (Berlin Symphony Orchestra) – Sanderling

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MAHLER: Symphony No.9

Berlin Symphony Orchestra / Kurt Sanderling

Japanese Deutsche Schallplatten/Tokuma 2CD set – TKCC-15107

Ullmann: Piano Sonatas Nos.5-7 – Weichert – CPO

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1. Piano Sonata No. 5, Op. 45: 1. Allegro con brio – Meno mosso (Von meiner Jugend)
2. Piano Sonata No. 5, Op. 45: 2. Andante
3. Piano Sonata No. 5, Op. 45: 3. Toccatina. Vivace
4. Piano Sonata No. 5, Op. 45: 4. Serenade: Comodo – Meno mosso. Più allegro
5. Piano Sonata No. 5, Op. 45: 5. Finale: fugato. Allegro molto
6. Piano Sonata No. 6, Op. 49: 1. Allegro molto – Andante poco adagio
7. Piano Sonata No. 6, Op. 49: 2. Allegretto grazioso
8. Piano Sonata No. 6, Op. 49: 3. Presto, ma non troppo
9. Piano Sonata No. 6, Op. 49: 4. Tempo I. Allegro molto
10. Piano Sonata No. 7: 1. Allegro, gemächliche Halbe
11. Piano Sonata No. 7: 2. Alla marcia, ben misurato
12. Piano Sonata No. 7: 3. Adagio, ma non moto
13. Piano Sonata No. 7: 4. Scherzo. Allegretto grazioso – Trio – Scherzo
14. Piano Sonata No. 7: 5. Thema, Variationen und Fugue über ein hebräisches Volkslied

The Robert Shaw Chorale – Stephen Foster Song Book

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1. Beautiful dreamer by Stephen Foster
Performer: Grant Williams (Tenor)
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: 1864; USA
Language: English
Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
2. My old Kentucky home, good night by Stephen Foster
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: 1853; USA
Language: English
Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
3. Oh! Susanna by Stephen Foster
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: 1848; USA
Language: English
Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
4. Nelly Bly by Stephen Foster
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: 1850; USA
Language: English
Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
5. Steal away by Stephen Foster
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: USA
Language: English
Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
6. Camptown races by Stephen Foster
Performer: John Cali (Guitar), John Cali (Banjo)
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: 1850; USA
Language: English
Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
7. Ring de banjo by Stephen Foster
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: 1851; USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
8. Gentle Annie by Stephen Foster
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: 1856; USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
9. Way Down in Ca-i-ro by Stephen Foster
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
10. Old black Joe by Stephen Foster
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: 1860; USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
11. Dolcy Jones by Stephen Foster
Performer: Grant Williams (Tenor)
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
12. Thou art the queen of my song by Stephen Foster
Performer: Thomas Pyle (Baritone)
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
13. Old folks at home by Stephen Foster
Performer: Grant Williams (Tenor)
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: 1851; USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
14. Come where my love lies dreaming by Stephen Foster
Performer: Louise Natale (Soprano)
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: by 1855; USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
15. Gentle Lena Clare by Stephen Foster
Performer: James Wainner (Tenor)
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
16. Some folks by Stephen Foster
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: by 1855; USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
17. Laura Lee by Stephen Foster
Performer: Grant Williams (Tenor)
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Period: Romantic
Written: USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
18. Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen by Traditional
Performer: Florence Kopleff (Alto)
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Written: USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
19. I want to die easy by Traditional
Performer: Clayton Krehbiel (Tenor)
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale
Written: USA

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw
20. Dere’s no hiddin’ place by Traditional
Performer: Grant Williams (Tenor)
Conductor: Robert Shaw
Orchestra/Ensemble: Robert Shaw Chorale

Notes: Arranged: Alice Parker and Robert Shaw

Szell – Heger – Bulow – Weingartner – Original Music by Legendary Conductors

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George Szell: Variations on an Original Theme, for orchestra, Op. 4 14:20
Robert Heger: Verdi Variations, for orchestra, Op. 23 22:03
Hans von Bülow: Nirwana, for orchestral fantasy, Op. 20 18:50
Felix Weingartner: Lustige Ouverture, Op. 53 11:26

National Philharmonic of Lithuania
Leon Botstein

Suk: Praga – A Fairy-Tale (Pohadka) – Supraphon

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1. Fairy Tale (Pohádka), for violin & orchestra (suite from ‘Raduz and Mahulena’), Op. 16: True Love of Radúz and Mahulena and Their Sor
2. Fairy Tale (Pohádka), for violin & orchestra (suite from ‘Raduz and Mahulena’), Op. 16: The Swans and Peacocks Game
3. Fairy Tale (Pohádka), for violin & orchestra (suite from ‘Raduz and Mahulena’), Op. 16: Funeral Music
4. Fairy Tale (Pohádka), for violin & orchestra (suite from ‘Raduz and Mahulena’), Op. 16: Runa’s Curse and Victory of Love
5. Praga, symphonic poem, for orchestra, Op 26

Peter Skvor (violin)
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Libor Pesek (conductor)

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